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Meanings and phrases
- a slender and greatly elongated substance capable of being spun into yarn; fibre
- the inherent complex of attributes that determines a persons moral and ethical actions and reactions; - Herbert Spencer; character; fibre
- any of several elongated, threadlike cells (especially a muscle fiber or a nerve fiber); fibre
- a leatherlike material made by compressing layers of paper or cloth; fibre; vulcanized fiber
- coarse, indigestible plant food low in nutrients; its bulk stimulates intestinal peristalsis; roughage
- a European variety of beaver; Old World beaver
- a specialized cardiac muscle fiber that is part of the Purkinje network
- polymerized from acrylonitrile; acrylic
- a nerve fiber that carries impulses toward the central nervous system; sensory fiber
- fiber derived from animals; animal fibre
- strong woody fibers obtained especially from the phloem of from various plants; bast
- soft silky fibers from cotton plants in their raw state; cotton; cotton wool
- a nerve fiber that carries impulses toward the muscles or glands; motor fiber
- a bundle of fibers (especially nerve fibers); fibre bundle; fascicle; fasciculus
- The pion field can be understood abstractly to be a section of the tangent bundle of the principal fiber bundle of SU(2) over spacetime.
- In this case, the original group "G" has the structure of a fiber bundle (specifically, a principal "N"-bundle), with base space and fiber "N".
- Indigenous bundle In mathematics, an indigenous bundle on a Riemann surface is a fiber bundle with a flat connection associated to some complex projective structure.
- a cable made of optical fibers that can transmit large amounts of information at the speed of light; fibre optic cable
- the transmission of light signals via glass fibers; fiberoptics; fibre optics; fibreoptics
- Quartz fibers can be used in fiber optics.
- There are over of fiber optics and an extensive open-wire network.
- Sometimes it is referred to as "fly-by-light" due to its use of fiber optics.
- a very thin fiber made of glass that functions as a waveguide for light; used in bundles to transmit images; optical fiber; optical fibre; glass fibre
- fiber created from natural materials or by chemical processes; synthetic fiber
- a nerve fiber that carries impulses toward the muscles or glands; efferent fiber
- a neuron conducting impulses outwards from the brain or spinal cord; motor neuron; efferent neuron; motoneuron
- an elongated contractile cell that forms the muscles of the body; muscle cell; muscle fibre
- Within the skeletal tissue is observable progressive loss of weight of denervated muscles as well as reduction in muscle fiber size and quantity.
- After their release from the sarcoplasmic reticulum, calcium ions interact with contractile proteins that utilize ATP to shorten the muscle fiber.
- Cadets learn basic exercise physiology such as the differences in skeletal muscle fiber types, the effects of low and high-intensity training, nutrition, and healthy lifestyle choices.
- fiber derived from plants or animals; natural fibre
- a threadlike extension of a nerve cell; nerve fibre
- a very thin fiber made of glass that functions as a waveguide for light; used in bundles to transmit images; glass fiber; optical fibre; glass fibre
- This expression covers all related hardware components (wire, optical fiber, etc.)
- In most cases, the cables are just changed from electrical to optical fiber cables.
- Co-doping of optical fiber with Er and Yb is used in high-power Er/Yb fiber lasers.
- fiber derived from plants; plant fibre
- a quick-drying resilient synthetic fiber consisting primarily of polyester
- a nerve fiber that carries impulses toward the central nervous system; afferent fiber
- a natural fiber (raw cotton, wool, hemp, flax) that can be twisted to form yarn; staple; staple fibre
striated muscle fiber
- an elongated contractile cell in striated muscle tissue; striated muscle cell
- fiber created from natural materials or by chemical processes; man-made fiber
- a leatherlike material made by compressing layers of paper or cloth; fiber; fibre
- Monofins can be made of glass fiber or carbon fiber.
- A typical modern carbon fiber frame can weighs less than .
- It also supports a new optional carbon fiber weave top cover.
- Over 1200 km of fiber optic is deployed around the country.
- twisted pair, fiber optic, etc.)
- The large black pipe is for water and a blue pipe has fiber optic cable.
- Additionally, food contains water and dietary fiber.
- Benefits may be obtained by consumption of dietary fiber.
- However, not all dietary fiber can be classified as a prebiotic source.